Apparently you are ill-informed about police chief Justin Hewett. Since he has been the Fair Bluff police chief, there have been many changes within the town. As a life-long citizen of Fair Bluff, I can honestly say that he is one of the best police chiefs that we have seen in the almost 40 years I have been on this earth. He walked into a mess from the get-go, and has gone above and beyond the call of duty to begin the massive clean-up of our beautiful, little river town. He takes pride in his job, and takes his responsibilities as chief very seriously.
I believe it is important to remember that it took YEARS for Fair Bluff to get into the state it is in, and that it will take YEARS for it to return to the "Mayberry" like town I remember from my childhood. I believe that given time, Chief Hewett can, and will make the latter a reality.
The citizens of Fair Bluff need to realize that Rome wasn't built in a day, and to use another idiom, their is no "I" in team. Yes, we as the citizens of this once safe, unassuming town, need to take responsibility for this place we call home. Stop turning a blind eye to crime, look out for our neighbors, and behave as the fortunate individuals we are to be living a country with such wonderful freedoms and opportunities.
Chief Hewett is just one man, trying to make a difference. We should all keep in mind that in order to grow, a tree must be pruned. This is our season for pruning, and the growth will come...in time. Instead of criticizing him, we should all be supporting him, looking out for him, and above all, praying for him, as well as for peace to return to our beautiful, little river town.
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